by Wendy Davis on Nov 11, 1:39 PM
AT&T's decision to zero-rate video offered through DirecTV's app raises concerns, the FCC says.
by Wendy Davis on Nov 10, 6:53 PM
A recent copyright infringement verdict against Cox could force other ISPs to disconnect subscribers' accounts "based on the say-so of third parties," the company says in new court papers.
by Wendy Davis on Nov 9, 6:12 PM
A federal judge refused to block a new San Francisco law that prohibits Airbnb from collecting booking fees for units that haven't been registered with the city.
by Wendy Davis on Nov 8, 5:38 PM
Web of Trust promised to protect users as they surfed the Internet, but was actually collecting and selling data about users' browsing histories.
by Wendy Davis on Nov 7, 4:18 PM
Faced with pushback by regulators in the United Kingdom, Facebook reportedly will stop drawing on WhatsApp data about UK-based users, including their phone numbers, for ad purposes.
by Wendy Davis on Nov 4, 4:52 PM
Twitter is asking a federal judge to toss a privacy lawsuit centered on "Famous: The Celebrity Twitter," a defunct gaming app.
by Wendy Davis on Nov 3, 4:19 PM
The FCC says its approach to pay-for-privacy pricing will give ISPs "the flexibility to experiment with innovative financial incentive practices while ensuring that such practices are neither predatory nor coercive."
by Wendy Davis on Nov 2, 3:01 PM
AT&T's proposed $85 billion merger with Time Warner could prompt the company to "dramatically increase the use of data caps and zero-rated content," Sen. Ron Wyden says.
by Wendy Davis on Nov 1, 4:16 PM
A group of advocates including Cindy McCain are siding with teen sex-trafficking victims who are trying to sue Backpage over its classified ads.
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